In this rap game, artists need to realize that at the end of the day, it is a business. G-Black Worldwide understands that and he hustles to make profit from doing music. Speaking like a true grinder, G-Black is making big moves from touring, recording music, shooting videos, and branding a clothing line. His latest, track “Man of the City” is catchy as hell and the video highlights a day in his life. He wasn’t born with a sliver spoon, but his work ethic is commendable. People should check out G-Black Worldwide. He has a lot to offer. Read my interview with the Minnesota native below!
Tell us about yourself and your music.
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: Well I go by the name of G-BLACK WORLDWIDE. I’m from the Eastside of Saint Paul, Minnesota, originally born in Chicago. I been doing music since like 8. My pops did 16 years in prison and my mama use to sell dope. It’s funny [because] most of that money was used to pay for my studio time. I just talk bout what I been through, where I’m at right now, and where I wanna go in life with this music shit.
How would you describe your sound?
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: Gritty and energetic. I make you wanna go get some money (laughs). I’ma motivation for the real hustlers and gangstas.
Talk about the experience making your song/mixtape.
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: The first joint I released off the tape was “Man of the City” and I felt like it was just time to show what we got going on here up north. It’s a lot of mfs sleep on Minnesota, but I’m sure to wake them mfs up.
What are you currently working on? Any new projects? Shows?
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: Right now we pushing this Red Hill Avenue 2 mixtape. I got a EP called “Break the Bank” it will be out sometime this July. And as far as shows we stay on the road, so book me a city near you!
What has been your biggest highlight in your music career this far?
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: I probably would say meeting Boosie Badazz, just watching bruh and what he brought to game is amazing. He still pack arenas and clubs till this day. I see my self having longevity like that one day too.
Name your ideal collaboration: mainstream or independent artist(s).
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: I would prob say Gucci Mane, blood asss just be spazzin’. he don’t leave the mf booth. I know we would kook up some krazy shit fasho.. Free Gucci by the way, ya dig.
Name something random that people do not know about you.
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: I like smoking a lot of bud to solid gold oldies. (Laughs). Like Temptations, Marvin Gaye and shit like that.
What’s one thing you have learned or discovered while being in the indie music scene/industry?
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: A lot of this shit fake most of this shit ain’t genuine, but if you do right thing and getcha money, u can go a long ways in this shit.
What can we expect from you in the future?
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: More music for the streets; you might see some films. We doing movies over here too, also be looking out for for my clothing [line] Hustlaz Unlimited.
Anything else you would like to share with our readers?
G-BLACK WORLDWIDE: Make sure y’all follow ya boy on IG and twitter @gblackworldwide and go check out my new video to my new single “Man of the City” RED HILL AVENUE 2 ON THE WAY!!!
Directed By Brianna Lashé™
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